Born on Norfolk Island in 1799, youngest child of Daniel Stanfield and Alice Mansfield. Her family arrived in Hobart Town in City of Edinburgh in 1808. They lived at Green Point on the Derwent near Bridgewater.
She married David Reynolds in 1866 and they had six children, one dying as a child. In 1834 he was drowned on the river and she married their convict servant William Lamprill in 1836 and had four more sons. Two of these children died in an epidemic in 1843. By this time three of her older children had married.
William returned to England in January 1846 and she followed him with their two children in May that year, returning to Tasmania with the children in July 1847. She was known as Granny Lamprill until she died in 1881. She was buried at St Marks in Pontville.